StubHub Center

University Partnership with The StubHub Center

The StubHub Center

The StubHub Center is situated on 125 acres of the CSU Dominguez Hills campus and features state-of-the art stadiums and facilities for soccer, tennis, track & field, cycling, lacrosse, rugby, volleyball, baseball, softball, basketball and other sports. Designated as an "Official U.S. Olympic Training Site," The StubHub Center is the nation's most complete training facility for Olympic, amateur, and professional athletes.

The complex includes a 27,000-seat soccer stadium, 8,000-seat tennis stadium, 10,000-seat track & field facility, and 2,450-seat indoor velodrome. The StubHub Center is home to Major League Soccer's LA Galaxy. The venue is also serving as the temporary home of the Los Angeles Chargers, hosting home games until their new Hollywood Park stadium is completed. In addition, the site is the U.S. Soccer Federation's national team training headquarters and the location of the United States Tennis Association's (USTA) USA High Performance National Training Center. The development is also designated as an official training site for USA Cycling and USA Track & Field.

Since its opening in 2003, The StubHub Center has been a part of the CSUDH campus, bringing an energy to the university that only a world-class sports venue can. The venue provides not only financial returns, but educational and career opportunities for current students and alumni. Having The StubHub Center on campus offers many benefits to the students and campus community:

Benefits for Students

Student Internships
Educational opportunities include student internships at The StubHub Center. As part of a marketing internship through the College of Business Administration and Public Policy, students were able to create marketing campaigns that highlighted the partnership between CSUDH and The StubHub Center. Current student interns are gaining valuable experience producing soccer events.

Use of Facilities
CSUDH student-athletes have the use of some of the outstanding facilities provided by The StubHub Center, including tennis courts, soccer training fields, and a three-mile jogging trail with twelve fitness stations.

Industry Experts
Katie Pandolfo, General Manager of The StubHub Center, serves on the advisory board for the university’s College of Business Administration and Public Policy. Other professionals serve as adjunct faculty on campus -- the university is fortunate to have these professionals contribute to academic programs and activities.

Career Opportunities
A number of CSUDH alumni have landed key positions at The StubHub Center or its partners. Joe Herrera (Class of ’99, B.A., Labor Studies) is Vice President of Corporate Human Resources at STAPLES Center, NOKIA Theatre, and L.A. LIVE Entertainment District.

Scholarship Support
The StubHub Center is a sponsor for our annual President’s Scholarship Reception, a fundraiser for the Presidential Scholarship. This scholarship is a full-tuition fee award to graduating high school students and community college transfer students, which can be renewed each of their undergraduate years.

Benefits for Campus Community

Raises Public Profile of Campus
Tens of thousands of spectators attend events at The StubHub Center and are exposed to the university as a result.

Venue for Commencement Ceremonies
The StubHub Center is a beautiful venue where the university’s commencement ceremonies are held each year.

The university receives revenue from The StubHub Center each year. See the university budget documents for more information.

Event Discounts
Discount tickets to sporting events at The StubHub Center are often offered to students and members of the campus community. Sports events include world-class soccer, tennis, track and field, lacrosse, and cycling.

President's Suite
The university president has a luxury suite at The StubHub Center and often hosts friends of the university, donors, and other guests at games and events held at the stadium.

If you have any questions about university partners, please contact the Office of Development at (310) 243-2182.
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